Posts made in February, 2018

Apple’s iPhone X Has Serious New Problems

By on Feb 12, 2018 in Mobility Strategy | 0 comments

Earlier this week Apple confirmed it was investigating a serious iPhone X call problem. Now new complications around this are spreading…  Piunikaweb, which was first to report the issue in January, contacted me with several concerning reports which I have subsequently been able to verify. Let’s break them down: Apple’s iPhone X (left) is having trouble being a...

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Apple confirms iOS source code leak, but claims its phones are safe

By on Feb 12, 2018 in Mobile Design | 0 comments

Apple has confirmed that some of the source code for its iOS mobile operating system has been leaked online. The leak, which was first reported by Motherboard, was for an iOS process named “iBoot.” The leak, which was first reported by Motherboard, was for an iOS process named “iBoot,” and was used on its older iOS 9 operating platform. The boot-up source code was...

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iPhone X ‘Plus’: Improving On A Great Phone In 2018

By on Feb 11, 2018 in Mobility Strategy | 0 comments

iPhone X and iPhone X Plus concept¹. The iPhone X is an amazing phone. Will it get even better with the rumored iPhone X “Plus?” The X is such a radical departure (in a good way) from any iPhone I’ve ever owned that it would be hard to go back to the 7 Plus or 8/8 Plus*. That said, the most obvious shortcoming right now is that there is only one...

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Hackers have got Windows 10 on ARM running on a Lumia 950 smartphone

By on Feb 11, 2018 in Mobile Design | 0 comments

With promises of multi-day battery life and always-connected laptops, Windows 10 on ARM has already got us pretty excited, and now hackers have shown off the versatility of the new version of Windows by successfully running it on an old Lumia 950 smartphone. As the name suggests, Windows 10 on ARM has been designed to bring Windows 10 to laptops and tablets running...

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Apple’s $29 iPhone battery replacements may hit iPhone sales: analysts

By on Feb 10, 2018 in Mobility Strategy | 0 comments

Apple is offering $29 battery replacements for iPhones as old as iPhone 6 until this December, and it may be having an impact on iPhone sales, according to analysts at the British bank Barclays. Apple started offering discounted battery replacements — marked down from $79 to $29 — after admitting it slowed down iPhone performance to prevented unexpected battery...

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